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. it will be a cold night, a delightful day tomorrow. i am going to show you jupiter like he may have not ever seen it before. >>> on we are following a developing story from utah. a national guard commander in has taken the blame for a destructive wildfires that led to hundreds of evacuations. the commander spoke less than 30 minutes ago. >> we have had many fires out here. >> strong winds served as fuel for a utah while top -- wildfire. at least four homes were destroyed overnight. >> it is only as good as the mother nature will let us be right now. >> the fire was sparked sunday. >> i could hardly run to the car. >> monday, the utah national guard commander apologized, saying they did not check whether advisories. >> we are very concerned. >> as firefighters battled the blaze, some of their told in the arsenal are coming into question. not enough protection for animals, especially endangered species. >> we have seen a major fish killed when retardants bomber runs have made. hundred and founded a fish killed, including endangered fish. officials say residents could be allowed back in as early as
around. no clouds to worry about, which is good news nsidering i think jupiter may be a little bit closer than it was last night. we have great image to show. 70 degrees by 110 p.m. it's not going to be nearly as cool as it was last night early this morning. very a clear night for jupiter. we ha fall to talk about too. it arrives tomorrow with a little bit of summer heat across the area. your four-day forecast coming up in a few. >>> when news 4at 4:00 continues, genetically modified fish. what if anything should the labels say? officials are debating that now. >>> older americans aren't taking the obesity problem lying down. how they're rededicating their ves to better health. >>> sarah palin's daughter [ female announcer ] swiffer wetjet absorbs and traps so much dirt you'll never go back to your old mop. [ funny voice ] hey, mop! wanna suck up di and gme like swiffer wetjet? then try the absorb-a-straw! now you're gettin' it. [ fele announcer ] rry, mop, but iffer wetjet has a dirt dissolving solutios that trap and lock dirty water deep inside the gradient core while mops can just spre
you tonight is the night to get out and really enjoy the planet jupiter because we are going to be at opposition. we will talk about what that means. it means jupiter will be coming up opposite the sun and extremely bright. it's the closest path it's made in a decade. look to the southeast, it's a lot closer than usual. it will be right overhead at midnight. only the moon is brighter in the nighttime sky so again that's tonight, our closest encounter with jupiter and if you've got a telescope, let me tell you, it is a fantastic view. there's a huge red spot on it which is a cyclone on the planet that that's about three -- that's about three times the size of earth and you can see that and perhaps even see some of the moon. galileo was the first to see the moons and you can check it out tonight too especially if you know somebody with a telescope. that's what that bright planet out there and a great treat tonight. high temperature 81. the september weather with the exception of the fact that yeah the stiffening bugs are busy and -- stink bugs are busy and too dry around here.
have a clear sky, bright, full moon competing with very bright jupiter. this was tak by one of our viewers last night. david took this of jupiter and its moons. we're closer to jupit that we will be until the year 2022. later today, bright sun. afternoon highs near 80 degrees. 90 on wednesday, thursday, friday. chance of showers on thursday. jerry, how is the traffic? >> a little sampling on the capital beltway headed toward the american legion bridge. outer loop, inner loop, both directions moving along nicely. suth of town, wilson bridge, outer loop in alexandria doing fine, as is the inner on loop. looksike we're doing okay. eun? >> jerry, thank you. this morning the search is on for what happened to a man found dead blocks from the u.s. capitol. csx workers found a man's body on the tracks near second street and east street late last night. police say the body may have been on the tracks for a few days. it is described as that of a black man in his 40s or 50s. at this point police do not ow if he was killed or died of natural causes. >>> this morning another break in the string
. it is really bright stars. second to the moon. jupiter. >> really? >> last night jupiter and earth had their closest encounter until 2022. you see some of its moons. isn't that cool? it is about 75 million kilometers closer than most earth-jupiter encounters. what does that mean? it is a lot closer in space talk than it normally is. if you missed it last night, don't worry. it will hang around for the next couple of weeks. tomorrow it will be just 10 degrees off from the moon. now let's go to the graphics, temperaturewise. 56 in gaiters bugg. 47 -- gaithersburg. the high and dry, high pressure influencing our weather, giving us a general sinking motion. another day full of sunshine. maybe a few high, thin clouds. we have a few showers developing along that front in the midsection of the country. i wish i could say that front was going to move through the metro area and keep temperatures comfortable. with pressure moving offshore we're going to get the southerly flow kicking in later on today and that will slowly bump the temperatures up. basically back to 90 degrees almost tomorrow and
is reportedly telling officials in tehran. we're live with that story. >>> two fire balls, spotted on jupiter. could this pose a threat to earth? we'll tell you what's going on in space and what it means for us. >>> a judge rules that an aid group can hire and fire based on religion. how is that legal? rear live with the story, coming up. jenna: well, the trial of one man accused in a brutal triple murder begins in connecticut today. prosecutors say steven hayes was one of the two men who broke into the pettitte family home in suburban connecticut three years ago, the men are accused of brutally beating the father, dr. william pettitte, before killing his wife and his two young daughters. harris has been working this story from the breaking news desk. what do we know? >> reporter: this crime is so brutal. let me set the stage for you. steven hayes is on trial right now, both he and his accomplice, joshua camiserjetski, the prosecutor said we want the death penalty, we want a shot at that and here's why. the two men are burglar that is broke into the family, the pettitte family, they took the
'll be okay. after midnight, clear and almost chilly. 57 for lows and winds light. and look east for jupiter and we'll talk about that in full weather in 10 minutes. right now temperatures are mild. upper 70s downtown. 75 in leesberg and 73 in frederick and 73 in hagerstown. we'll come back and talk about what you can see tonight and look ahead to -- well fall arrives on wednesday and it will feel more like summer. we'll explain. >>> still to come, a new option of getting around without having to sit in all of that traffic. >>> but first smoke fills the sky over new york. we'll explain what happened next on 9 news now. america needs clean energy, and america needs jobs. wind power can deliver on both - but only if the senate encourages investment by passing a strong renewable electricity standard. with a strong res, we can keep 85,000 wind power workers on the job, and create hundreds of thousands of new jobs, too. jobs that america could really use right now. for american jobs, tell your senators to pass a renewable electricity standard today. >>> commuter trains are moving through harlem a
circular orbits for what? >> well, it's important there be large planets, jupiter like planet in a circular orbit -- >> not ellipt call. >> pretty close to circumstance lal. and the reason is that if you don't have a circumstance lal orbit, then -- sircular -- then the smaller planet's orbits will be disresult erupted. they won't be stable themselves. also jupiter has another great role on the solar system of deflecting a lost of the things that might hit earth and cause catastrophe. >> before we leave this, if the earth were to get askew, and cockeyed, your book says in a footnote, it could be remedied. it could be remedied by altering the orbit of the earth and correcting it. >> yes. >> aligning it. >> yes, by using mars commet. not something we can do with today's technology but we can -- >> let's hear it. maybe this is where you want your next grant from nasa. [laughter] this could be done, that is aligning the orbits so that it spins differently and therefore i guess has a -- talking about a linear direction to it? >> actually, the proposal is -- >> let me read it. this could be done b
. very bright jupiter in the western sky. we are the osest to jupiter until the year 2022. we're about 50 million miles closer than normal. that's why it's on bght in the western sky. i'll show you a spectacular photo coming up. lots of sunshine. warming into the 70s noon time. near 80 by midafternoon. we'll have the brit full moon tonight and jupiter up as well. temperatures in the 60s through the evening. a warming trend. summer is not quite done. near 90 each day. a passing shower wednesday night late after midnight, perhaps on ursday. as we get into the weekend, more seasonable weather coming in. as we get into the last weekend of september, near 80 saturday, sunday, monday. high, 70. how is the traffic? >> doing pretty well so far this morning along interstate 270. at least on the southbound side no worries out of gathers burg, fall road and beyond southbound. pretty significant overnight road work northbound. again, any construction on the northbound side. making the trip inbound on 66 hard to tell. here's the ramp. 66 eastbound on to the inner loop. pretty quiet morning. >> thank
this together. while mars is not visible, what is visible is jupiter. >> jupiter, full moon, next week, 23rd of september. that is the full moon there. now, we can look at it. if you look to the east, i know we don't have a mountain range to the east of us. if you look to the east during the nighttime hours, you will see jupiter, big, bright jupiter just to the south and east. i don't know to describe that. >> south and east of the moon f you are looking at the moon and you look in a southeasterly direction. >> and jupiter should be bright an beautiful there during the next couple of week. that is a planet you can see. if you look carefully, right income to swriewp tier, uranus will be there too. >> this time of year is pretty good for stargazing and seeing the planets. answer to your specific question about mars is no. -- if you look carefully, right next to jupiter, uranus will be there too. >> if you are eking two moons, it is not an astronomical event. it is some other type of event. if you have a question you want answered, go to myfoxdc.com and click on the weather tab. just remember t
cool video we have from yesterday. this is actually jupiter we're looking at. it was nearly overhead at midnight last month. last night the earth and jupiter had their closest encounter until 2022. it looks like a bright star up in the sky. if you look closely you can see some of its moons. here is our forecast. right now we're in the 50's locally and in the forty west of town. on the way to low 80's. highs of near 90 degrees. a chance of a storm comes tomorrow afternoon. >> there is a song about that in 1960's you know? i think that was very popular then. what is popular now? not much top highway. hello. still sleepy on the beltway. route four and five, making your way out to andrews air force base. 9 5, good on 270 and 66 and 95 in virginia, starting the morning spin. >> lisa, thank you much. coming up on 4:55. 56 degrees. >> food allergies are on the rise. what this means. >> ♪ [applause] >> well, there is jennifer grey and clearly her experience in the 1980's film "dirty dancing" is proving to be helpful. she was the top scorer on abc's "dancing with the stars". she and her pa
. >>> it was wonderful weather. it was a good day to vote. >> you could see the other bridge -- that is jupiter. the next couple of nights, we will see the moon get close to jupiter. >> here is how it looks clos outside. is this not a great time of year? we have the warm days and the cool nights and the humidity. we're just about to say "see you later" to that high humidity in the dewpoint. on average, this is really the peak time for ragweed. this is over at walter reed. on average, we are above average for the ragweed pollen count. it is really going to begin to pick up. over the next couple of days, but temperatures will be in the 60's. here is what is going on around the spirit let me take your around the state. this is from the nascent terrace satellite. this is -- the nasa terrace satellite. all this is nice. even though it is in the tropics and it is a hurricane, the cause gets so high that day or composing ice crystals. the wind is 150 miles per hour. there is igor. there is an julia. and there is powell. -- there is carl. all these are staying safely out to see over the weekend. igor will be dec
. >> reporter: monday jupiter the fifth planet from the sun will be the second brightest object in the sky. it won't be this close to earth again for another 12 years at 391 million miles. that's because it takes 12 years for jupiter to orbit the sun. tuesday glee will remere its second season on fox. the show was phenomenon -- premier its second season on fox. the show has guest stars britney spears and john samos. wednesday american idol will announce its season 10 judges in los angeles at the forum. ellen did he generous, kara -- did he jeep res, kara did i -- ellen degeneres is out. housing starts and new home sales figures will be released next week and that's a look at the week ahead. >> is that that does it for us. fox 5 news always on www.myfoxdc.com. >> keep it right here. sports extra with dave feldman in the studio is just two minute away. something about the redskins. úh>h >>> this is fox 5 sports extra. >>> hi, everybody. thanks for watching sports extra on a would have, could have, should have night. file today's redskins/titans game under the category of the one that go
moing. and jumping jupiter is in the sky to join us today. if you see jupiter jumping, please give us a call. it will replace our lead story. >> bright spot in the western sky. a lot of people saying what is that? it better not b it is jupiter. our largest gas planet the solar system. it is certainly bright in the western sky. at this hour we have a clear skies. 64 in washington. just outside the beltway, it's only in the 50s in most locations. 40s in the mountains eastern shore. away from the waters. right ne the tidewater, 60s. thanks to another area of high pressure that's moved in and is in place will give us plenty of suhine today. but a mild afternoon. low humidity. highs reaching low 80s. increasing clouds. small chance of needed rain. drying out onthursday. if it does happen, we'll see a few clouds. sun back in the afternoon. low 80s. nice saturday after that. how ishe traffic? >> a bunch of overnight road work. over on the capital beltway, ince george's county, live picture around green belt. as you travel between i-95 and woodrow wilson bridge moving along slowly. lig to mo
tonight once again, a beautiful light. then rice got this great shot of the moon with jupiter. tomorrow night, the moon will be just above jupiter. it is the closest since the '50s or '60s, depending on the astronomer you talk to. even with opera glasses or small binoculars, you can see it. with temperatures being up to the 80's, our average high. our last 90 degree day last summer was august 22. let me take you around our weatherbug network. it was 68 degrees by this time of year then. i guess the good thing about this continuing dry pattern means after recess everybody is dry. porterage elementary schools, temperature 62 degrees. but at the high temperatures around the country. in memphis, 98 degrees. look at it. we are going to be seeing warm air come our way. look at the current temperatures in memphis. new orleans 82 degrees. this is almost like back to august. look at this humidity with the dew points in detroit, 63 degrees. there is still a severe thunderstorm watch out until 2:00 in the morning around michigan. that is a weather front that will be dying out as it comes our way.
started this morning. beautiful skies out there for some star gazing. this is jupiter and its moons. check this photo out. the neat thing right now if you've been noticing in the eastern sky along with the moon, this is the closest that jupiter has been to earth since the '60s. okay, our moms like me.com bus forecast this morning. it's clear and chilly. 40s, upper 40s to the low 60s at the bus stop this morning. the sun is coming up at 6:55. today sunny and gorgeous. we're going to warm up nice. the dry air cools off quickly at night. today mid-70s by noon and upper 70s for the drive home. we're down to 60. the air quality is code green. tonight clear to partly cloudy. we'll be down in the low 50s to 60s. maybe about five degrees warmer than what we are seeing this morning. that sets the stage for a hot wednesday. the chance for an afternoon thunderstorm or two. we'll take the rain tomorrow but it's not going to feel anything but summer like tomorrow. this morning still 63 and at the naval air station. 48 for cumberland and martinsburg. york, pennsylvania is 43. we've got 60 at national. d
at night. we have jupiter, very close to the earth. unusually close by 75 million kilometers. there is a look at the full moon. and it is a full moon. what we consider a super harvest moon when it coincides with the autumn al equinox. jupiter is there. if you have a telescope or a very good camera with a good zoom you will see some of the moons around you. you can't see it in this but if you have a camera or telescope with a good zoom. now let's go to the live superdoppler similar 7 radar. isola isolated downpour northwest of the metro approaching hagerstown. a hrelittle lightning and thund but mainly heavy rain in the red. otherwise mostly clear with a few scattered clouds. it is warm, it feels like july. in the 60's to near 70. 64 in gaithersburg. hagerstown at 67. culpeper at 61. laplata 67. dew points are up meaning moisture is in the air. dew points are for the most part low to mid 60's right now. so it feels a bit like summer. not oppressive but you do notice the humidity. cooler air to the nor. jet -- to the north. a frontal boundary delineates the cold to the north, h
will not be the only bright thing in the night sky. we've gotten jupiter to talk about. very bright and very close to us, too. some summer heat coming up. 90s could be rerning. you'll want to see the forecast-day forecast coming up. and we'll take a look at when we could get a little rain around here. >> veronica, thank you. redskins fans are still reeling on this monday from yesterday's tough loss to houston. the game featured about a thousand yards of offense between the two teams. the skins were up by 17 at one point. the texans tied it up to send it into o.t. redskins kicker graham had a chance to win with it a 52-yard field goal attem. on his second try, he missed right. the texans got the ball back and nailed their ownfield goal to win. redskins coach mike shanahan said the team will do better next time. >> the bottom li, what do you is you go back and look at the film today like we just finished. we're going to walk through it and then it's over. then you get, head another direction and get ready for st. lou. >> coming up at 5:00, lindsay czarniak talks about what key player is asking for a
's jupiter. >> you sure that's jupiter? >> it tells me it is. see the sign? can't you see it. >> jupiter savings and loan. (laughter) >> jupiter is very close to the earth this go-around. if you have a nice telescope, you may see four of its moons. if you have a more powerful telescope, you may see its red dot, red storm or junior red spot. kind of slashing right now. talk about this mainly clear sky. it is cool this morning, as kristen observed. 43 santa rosa. los gatos 49 and livermore 48. rest of us the 50s. monterey bay and inland with a clear sky, temperatures mid to upper 40s. let's talk about sunshine. we'll have it again today. not nearly as breezy yesterday. that's why the warming will begin. mostly clear and it will be at night and again the key to the forecast of why this heat wave won't be nearly as dangerous as say a month or two ago. warmest the afternoons will be on saturday, sunday, monday, to a lesser extent on tuesday. temperatures compared to average, we're back near or just about 3 degrees short. san francisco 1. forecasting hayward, san jose and santa rosa right on a
until the weekend. quite a bit of sunshine. and overnight, clearing out, a beautiful, bright jupiter in our sky. it is closing to, weon't be this close to jupiter until 2022. last night, showing jupiter with four of the largest moons. >> up here. hot on friday. cooler on saturday, nar 80. sunday and monday, into the 70s extended outlook, not that accurate, at the closer range. we will keep an eye on it. we will check in with ger tow get the latest on trafc. >> they are final clearing up. horrible rush hour. fortunately, in good shape. repor of problems at nstitution and fourth. you may find police directing traffic in a couple of spots, be aware of that calmed down as far as the rush hour goes, no issues from the beltway, southbound, the construction, takes away the right lane. right now, relativy minor delay. >> 11:20 is your time. which local library is dealing with bugs. a look at a salmon. first, here is a look at wha equals chili's $20 dinner for two. share one of five appetizers, li our famous texas cheese fries. then choose two freshly prepared entrees from 14 chili's favorite
of jupiter. >>> still ahead tonight. >> i know it sounds horrible but it's true. >> when she was 13, sierra began to cut herself and then she couldn't stop. >> once you start doing it, it's really hard to stop. >> cutters, a frightening trend every parent should see. that is coming up next. hey, ove, i'm gonna need a bank. any ideas? capital one bank. they're everywhere. ♪ yeah, you're right! [ horns honking ] hey, there's one right up the street. [ male announcer ] capital one bank. the most branches and atms in the dc area. what's in your wallet? ove, go long! i thought it was over here... ♪ [car horn honks] our outback always gets us there... ... sometimes it just takes us a little longer to get back. ♪ >>> in kentucky new developments in a case of a man strangling his wife. >> he now claims that excessive caffeine left him so sleep deprived he falsely confessed to the murder. smith has said that excessive caffeine left him temporarily insane regarding the killing of his wife and in today's opening statements at the trial prosecutors say that smith attacked his wife during a fight
have that full harvest moon out there, right? and we still have jupiter to talk about. meanwhile, some moreecord heat coming our way tomorrow. the pattern change but a little bit of a breezy sunshine first. we'll take alook at the four-y forecast. >> thanks, veronica. >>> stay right there. news4 at 4:00 is just getting started. parts of the new health care law have taken effect. we'll find out abouthe new law. >>> reappealing the health care law is one of the promises mde today. >>> and the performance tickled elmo but parents were not amused. why pop star katie perry won't be singing on sesame street. >>> we have an update on that breaking story out of manassas. the first pictures out of chopper 4 on that tee-alarm fire in manassas. this is in the subdivision called sumner lake. at least three townhome have gone up in flame. it was initially a two-alarm that was upgraded to three alarms. no word on anyone iide the townhome or if there are any injuries at this hour. these are large towome in manassas. >>> also breaking news this afternoon. that's up is jetting the social netorking worl
of the island with more to come. >>> if you look up into space, jupiter, the picture planet from the sun, would be the second brightest object in the sky. wouldn't be that big but you will be able to see it. not this close to earth again for another 1 years. 391millionmiles away but that is close. the reason it takes 1 years is because that is how long it takes jupiter to orbit the sun. -- the reason it takes 12 years is because that is how long it takes jupiter to orbit the sun. >> that should be kind of cool. i believe tonight we've got pretty decent conditions to see these planets. so not too bad. >> so relatively clear skies. neighbor a few clouds. >> that is what i believe. >> and a nice day. >> nice day today too. we'll start with yesterday's high temperatures. a warm one yesterday as expected, well into the 80s across the region. take a look. officially at reagan national airport, high temperature made it up to 85 degrees. it made it up to 86 at dulles and 84 at bwi marshall. all right. here we go. take a look at the current temperatures around the region. we remain at 70 degrees at this
, go outside and look at jupiter at the east. and we'll have more on that at 7:00 tonight. lows 47-57. and winds will become light after midnight. look at the lows tonight. 48 in gaithersburg, 49 in roth listberg and 49 in leesberg. tomorrow winds southeasterly at about 10 and another beautiful day. mostly sunny, spectacular. high temperatures near 80 and winds out of the southeast at 10. look at the zones now. 66 in oakland west of the divide. east of the divide, fantastic. hagerstown back toward winchester. probably making 81 again for leesberg, warrenton and manassas. around 80 downtown and also up in gaithersburg, 79 at andrews, 79 in annapolis. the small craft advisories are out this evening on the bay. 80 tomorrow. just spectacular. a thunderstorm possible late on wednesday, even though fall arrives at 11:09, it will feel like summer. kind of hot. back near 90, back near 90 on friday. most of the showers are raked out in the mountains. nice weekend, low 80s on saturday and sunday of next week. >> i like when you can look ahead on monday and say look at that weekend coming up.
. stargazers in for a rare sight next week. jupiter about to make the closest path of the earth in 50 years monday night. close in this case, defined as 368 million miles away. but the giant planet hasn't been that cozy with earth since 1963. jupiter will be at its brightest monday night around midnight. look up. look up. and see if you can figure which one it is. >> ha-ha. >> i am never good at it. >> never know. i think it's jupiter. no that is a star. >> planets don't twinkle. stars twinkle. >> wow! wow! >> astronomy i am brushing up for you. >> some one will call and say i am wrong. let's move to sports. i do know about. great time to be a giants' fan. the bats waking up just in time. joe torre's time in l.a. nearly over. today the dodgers made a major announcement about the future of the skipper. are you ready to catch some air. we'll show you how you do it right here in the bay area. we have details coming up in sports. >>> good evening. i'm the chief meteorologist. live in the east bay. tell you about a festival where thousands of people will be coming out this weekend. and how you c
in the corner is really pretty big and impressive outside. that is jupiter and it's in the southeast sky right now. you'll see it also near the full moon and why you want to look at it is because it's somewhat of a rare opportunity. by the way, this photo is on www.myfoxdc.com as well as two other photos taken by greg, one of which shows the moons of jupiter and the planet really close up. let's go over to the weather map because i want you to see this is the night of opposition which means that jupiter is opposite the sun. it came up just as the is up was setting and it's really brilliant -- sun was setting and it's really brilliant and pretty close to the planet right now. enjoy is t while you can. it's the close -- it while you can. it's the closest jupiter will be to us until 2022. only the moon is brighter in the sky. the telescope view is excellent. if you don't have one, you can look at greg's picture he took through a telescope because there are a lot of interesting things to see on the planet. that's for sure. lots more on www.myfoxdc.com. check it out and also check out these tempera
star gazing. one of our viewers took these great photos. this is jupiter, by the way, last night. i don't know if it's 15, 16, 17 months but jupiter and the earth get close. your moms like me.com bus stop forecast. it is clear and chilly. 40s to low 60s. sun is coming up here at 6:55. today while we start 58 now 64 and sunny at 9. tonight clear to partly cloudy. not as chilly as this morning. still low 50s in the cool spots. a hot wednesday with a chance for an afternoon storm or two. upper 80s to low 90s. average highs are in the upper 70s. we have 70s out there now. it'sloray 48. cumberland 46. it's very nice out there. winds are fairly light. the dew point is now in the upper 40s. the air dried out nicely. we're left with clear skies here. showers and storms in wisconsin. that's what we will watch as the front heads this way. we need some luck. we'll get some of that thunderstorm action tomorrow and thursday amp. that will help a little bit. today gorgeous 80. fall begins tomorrow night at 11:09 p.m. we hit 90 wednesday. 91 thursday and friday. a chance with the afternoon showers and
at this video. if you look very carefully, to be lower left, you will see what is jupiter in the night skyp. it is a big look at it. jupiter looks like a very bright star in the night sky. it is going to be in the night sky for the next several weeks. we have a full moon. it coincided with the full moon. let's go to the doppler 7. we have one heavily isolated downpour. the content of an inch. it will dissipate. 63 degrees in fredericks. reagan national is at 73 degrees. there are some callers on the radar screen. this is not rain falling along. let's go to the map. there is some isolated activity yesterday. they had the highest rainfall accumulation. here is a good example of how it differentiate. this a bit out to our north. another day in the 90's. another 93 degrees at reagan national. along the waterway, and the debate to live. water temperatures are still in the lower-70's. northwest of town, higher elevation begin a -- elevation. a chance of showers early next week. >> the travel times are in our favor for now. we are moving at speed here. >> thank you. more than a year after his wack
like yesterday morning. this morning we have a few high cloud. western sky is jupiter. mid 60s in washington and near the water. the mountains, 50s. arch clouds with a hue you drifting northwest. low ate later on. more of the same on wednesday. increasing cuds thursday. jerry, how is the traffic? >> tom, yesterday indeed was quite a challenge because of the fog. today, smooth sailing, good visibility and dry pavement. we look at the capital beltway near braddock. inr loop from springfield around the nd, up towards 66 looking good. little volume here and there. inner loop of the beltway. green belt. outer loop trying to pick up customers as you come over from green belt, college park, west to silver spring. good news is no accidents reported. let's see if it continues on the rails this morning. indeed, it does. metro, vre and mark all looking good. >>> it's primary day in the district. voters will decide whether mayor adrian fenty will serve another term. megan mcgrath is live where voters will beginasting their ballots in abou 90 minutes. megan, good morning. >> reporter: well,
by our reckoning. that's because jupiter was a bright light right overhead. its closest pass to us in a generation. it will remain bright and prominent for the rest of this month so don't worry. and with binoculars you can see uranus right behind it. it won't be again like that until 2022. >>> he plays a former convict who always seems to be on the make, but last night, he was every inch an academy-award winning movie star. man in full on the red carpet four blocks from this building at the new york premiere of his new movie "wall street 2." michael dougls who also happens to be our announcer is in the midst of one of three rounds of chemo and radiation for throat cancer and last night, he took time out to shine the only way a star knows how. >>> up next here tonight, the epidemic that's also become a huge industry and it's all based on getting them before they get to you. maybe you want to rebuild homes for those in need? or, maybe you want to help improve our schools? whatever youant to do, members project from american express can help you take the first step. vote, volunteer or
was gorgeous. jupiter, when you see it, is 33 light minutes away -- is 33 minutes away. in manassas, the temperature is 63 degrees. the temperatures have really dropped. it is 65 degrees. let me show you what is going on in texas. this is some of the result of karl. there was more than two inches of rain in some parts of south texas. you can see where that area is. there is that area of rain with a real nasty rain down into the gulf of mexico. meanwhile, add in the tropics, there are other spots. igor is out at sea. by sunday, this one could be a threat to bermuda. julia is now a tropical storm. we made it up to 82 degrees. our average for the weekend is into the high-70's. in the gulf states, temperatures will be into the 90's. right now, it will be nice and dry. there is high pressure coming in. there will be a lot of sunshine. there is what is left of karl. there could be some flooding in parts of south texas. tomorrow morning, temperatures will be in the 50's 260's. 60's.'s to temperatures will be into the low-80's on sunday. that is a little bit above average, but no sign of an
the last number of days to the left of the moon is jupiter. quite a scene in the western sky. look at the tperatures. it's a mild morning. a little patchy fog in some of the rural a
'll have a full moon and jup ter will be about 10 degrees. last night the earth and jupiter had the closesten country. if you look closely, can you see some of its moons. it will move around a little bit. look for a very bright star second brightest only to the moon. light north winds. kwleer skies. allowing temperatures to from plummet. off to the west, we have a cold front. i wish i could tell you that the cold front would slide on through. it will feel like summer. today, mostly sunny. upper 70's. light chance of late day showers moving in. near 90. low 90's thursday and friday. cooling by the weekend. >> i have an accident now gone. i have news chopper 7 flying over the beltway in virginia. on the interloop to this wreck, only the two left lanes getting through. >> lisa, thank you. 55 degrees outside this tuesday morning. coming up next, a breakthrough in the fight agains al sdiemer disease. >> john stewart at his best on 4 today. [ male announcer ] you can't un-smoke a cigarette. and you can't go back and un-do the times you tried quitng.. ♪ but evsmoker was a non-smoker
in the 60s with that bright moon low in the western sky. jupiter is the bright spot. view from space showing a mostly clear sky. a few showers showing up in eastern kentucky. perhaps late this afternoon a chance for a passing shower. otherwise, a few clouds coming in as we reach near 90 by midafternoon. sunris 6:56 sunset, 7:05. overnight tonight, a chance of a passing shower, maybe a little thunder through mid evening. otherwise, partly cloudy. by dawn, upper 60s thursday. another hot day tomorrow. up around 90 during the afternoon. getting a little more humid. d should be partly cloudy to mostly sunny at times. hot again up around 90 or so. morningows near 70. dryer air and cooler weather for saturday with highs in the low to mid-80s with lots of sun. another disturbance coming our way. moisture arou the region sunday and monday. a chance for passing showers. the extended outlook. and maybe temperatures in the 70s. stay tuned. this is subct to change. extended outlook not nearly as accurate as the four-day forecast. and we'll probably dry oext week. rry, how is the traffic? >> clear, dry,
jupiter off to the west. it's gleaming like the hope diamond and a clear sky. temperatures around the region now in the 50s in the suburbs and rural areas. only mid-60s in washington. near 60 near the bay. atlantic peacs, out in the mountains, only 40s. nny today. highs in the mountains in the 70s. elsewhere, low 80s. tomorrow,en cleesing clouds. high 80s. could get showers thursday evening. sun back after noon highs. say look at sunday and next week. the most powerful hurricane of the season so far. igor increased in strength overnight. the latest track in ten minutes. >>> if you're headed into town this morning, you're about the only one. very light traffic. good news is, bottom line, no worries into town for the moment. let's update you elsewhere for the american leej bridge. river road down across the bridge, lanes are open. looking good. >> thank you, jerry. our ti, 4:42. still to come, the results are in for several big primary elections around the country. and som tea party members came out on top. what ma means for those in washington. >>> and what forced the eiffel tower
on the phone through the jupiter jack. plugs right into my cell phone and this little device here. numb goes through thh raaio system and sometimes the radio does leak through for now we'll turn it right down. they can cost from 10 to 100 dollars. the national safety the cell phone. heather was killed by a truck driver texting but the highway study hide the phone while driving. some say the real solution is a complete ban on cell phone usage while riving. >> if you aae driving taaking on a cell phone, the risk oo you being involved in a crash quadruple. that's whet you are hands free or holding the phone. >>reporter: so starting friday if you are caught with one of these up to your ear and holding it in your hand,!! hand, you are in a lot of ttouble and could end up costinggyouuabout 40 dollars in fines. live on 41st street fox 45 news at 5:30. >>> okay kathleen. how are theeroads ooking tonight? lauren cook now has our traffic edge report. hello lauren. >> hello jeff. we have several accidents tonight in baltimore city. trouble on the west side where we deal with a crash on north
and not so cool. can still see jupiter out there tonight. the bright star near the moon. 63 degrees. tomorrow we turn up the heat. an evening shower or storm not out of the realm of possibility, 90 degrees. and your planner for tomorrow. and a warm, sunny day. and although the humidity isn't july-like, like we've seen, but the humidity will climb. by noon 85 degrees and by 4:00 we'll watch radar closely to see if we don't have one or -- don't have one or two thunderstorms around the region. by noon tomorrow we still don't see too much going on but into the keu6 -- 6:00 hour we might see some thursday 91 degrees. maybe a late shower on saturday and a few scattered showers on sunday. right now we're unsure on the weekend forecast but you can see it does feature quite a drop in temperature on sunday at 76. it looks unsettled right now. i know you don't want to hear that. we don't have model agreement. it has to do with where an area of low pressure is going to track. it could be significant rain and it could totally miss us. how is that for nailing it down. >>> did you see this, a duck with an a
are great. it's great for star gazing and you can look to the east and see jupiter and we'll have more on that at 9 news now at 7:00. and winds southeasterly at 10, and by the afternoon a great day. mostly sunny and just spectacular. high temperatures near 80 and winds turn and become southeasterly at 10 but not as breezy as today. we had wind gusts today in excess of 25 miles per hour. the winds are slowly subsiding and will subside through the fight time hours and after midnight. our zone forecast, all six zones are still on our website at wusa9.com. west of the divide cool but bright, 66. that's for a high. you'll be in the 0s tonight, oakland. 74 in couple we are land with -- cumberland with sunshine. and culpeper will make 81 or so but warrenton, manassas and leesberg, great falls probably holding in the upper 70s. downtown, 80 tomorrow with sunshine. 79 by the water, no wind to speak of so it's below small craft advisory criteria. 80 tomorrow, 87 on wednesday. and kind of hot, near 90 on thursday and friday. some storms are possible wednesday afternoon and thursday afternoon and
the day on nbc. star gazers get your telescopes out tonight. jupiter will be shining brightly in the sky as it makes its closest approach to earth in 50 years. the planet will be only 368 million miles away. it won't be as big or bright again until 2022. >>> hitting the shelves, former president jimmy carter's book "white house diary." in it, carter talks about his presidential term, the israeli/palestinian conflict, and he also criticizes several fellow democrats, including the late senator ted kennedy, over health care reform. >>> and happy birthday to italian acting legend sophia loren. she turns 76. >>> all day long you can stay on top of the very latest developments in those stories and others as they break on msnbc. and tonight be sure to watch brian williams with "nbc nightly news." and finally, here's a look at what's coming up later this morning on the "today" show. details on what's next for actress lindsay lohan after she failed a court-ordered drug test. >>> and an exclusive interview with identical twin brothers who are suing the founder of facebook, claiming he stole their
the equator. and an added bonus we're told both jupiter and uranus will be visible tonight. so get out there and look up and hope it's not cloudy as it looks like it's going to be here. >>> scientists at the university of utah announced today they discovered a new dinosaur and they're calling it cosmoceratops. perhaps a character on an ancient "seinfeld." it's a relative of the triceratops. a plant eater with a lot of horns. 15 horns arrayed on a huge head. researchers say the horns probably weren't useful for defense, instead probably all about attracting a mate. always works. >>> when we come back, a new film getting a lot of attention because of what it shows us about this country's schools. >>> a new movie opens friday night here in new york, and it stars real people. they are kids and teachers and parents and union leaders and they have one thing in common -- education. this documentary could be the talk of this big summit we're hosting here next week called education nation. it's controversial. it's powerful. and it arrives just as the debate over education turns red hot. our edu
moon. people were writing in tonight asking about the bright planet in the sky. it's jupiter on the rise. your thursday morning has areas of patchy clouds temperatures banking between 50-55 or 60 degrees. 56 degrees in vallejo and american canyon. we had this huge ridge of high pressure strengthening from the desert. going to warm up the atmosphere and dry out the relative humidity as well. gradual warm-up beginning tomorrow. anywhere between 3 and 9 degrees warmer than today. pretty seasonal. average high 73. let's begin with pinpointing your neighborhood forecast along the coastside. 66 in pacifica. winds will be out of the northwest 15-20 late day. east of the bay from 67 degrees in richmond to 84 in danville and brentwood back into discovery bay. low and mid-80s near glen allen and sonoma. offshore flow will kick in friday afternoon. near or record heat of monday barely any kind of cooloff by wednesday. got to appreciate this. thank you for my pix. keep them coming at cbssanfrancisco.com. >>> we rarely hear about the pets that are forced to live in the middle of a battle
ahead. >>> tomorrow jupiter will be the second brightest object in the sky. the 5th planet from the sun will be 391 million miles away from earth and won't be this close again for another 12 years because it takes 12 years for jupiter to orbit the sun. >>> tuesday glee will premier the second season on fox. it was nominated for 19 emmies last season. guest stars this season include john statement os and britain yes spears. >>> join ryan seacrest for the official announcement. >>> and thursday home sales data will be released for the latest starts and new-home sales figures next week. >>> the tea party movement gaping speed. surprises during last tuesday's primary have many wondering how things will fair for democrats in november. >>> and gwen is back with a workweek preview. stay with us. fox 5 morning news will be right back.  >>> ladies and gentlemen, the people of delaware have spoken. [ cheering and applause ] >> the upset in the delaware primary election giving republicans pause about who they should be supporting. christine o'donnell just the latest tea party c
at this. we don't see jupiter out here. >> don't see the full moon either. >> and the beautiful sight dancing around with the clouds this morning. show you those, the moon going to set probably the next half hour or so. you want to get out and enjoy it while you can. beautiful picture of that nearly full moon. jupiter won't be this close until 2022. so maybe the kids' binoculars, telescope action, a teaching moment, take our president's phrase. but didn't parents say that before, teachable moments. >> yeah. >> yeah, i think so. all right. i'm taking it back. as far as temperatures go outside, it is cool around santa rosa, 50. redwood city 51. los gatos 52. the rest of us seeing an increase in clouds mid to upper 50s. santa cruz at 51. 55 or 56 for monterey, watsonville and salinas. cool 47 in gilroy. sunshine will dominate our forecast this afternoon for that cool sea breeze dropping our temperature 4 to 8 degrees compared to yesterday. partly cloudy and cool again tonight but we switch everything starting friday with warmer than average afternoons all the way through the weekend and
, also, jupiter which is close as it's going to get to the earth until 2022. in fact, if you have a pretty good telescope, you can see the big red spot colliding with a smaller red spot. called red spot jr. and even for the moons around jupiter. pretty cool stuff going on over our heads. >> who took that picture? >> don't make me say his name again. you pronounce it. >> it's hard. thank you so much, christopher. >> yeah, christopher's a wonderful guy. he sends us a lot of photos. we appreciate him and we would appreciate if you would send us some weather video or pictures. we'd love to see them. just upload them. the women picking on me all day today. (laughter) >> e-mail us. frances, don't even go there. >> well, as a fellow filipino, i think he's filipino, let me know if i'm wrong. okay. we're going back to the south bay and san jose. north 101 at 680. that's where another accident was reported. think it might be the same one as an earlier crash already on the shoulder. you notice it is a little slow north 101 from about the capital expressway. actually past that towards 880. th
. and to the left is under the moon you have jupiter. >> and presumably an aircraft. >> getting a debut! >> jupiter moving quickly across your screen and climbing over the moon. >> that would be quite a phenomenon. >> it would be! >> this gorgeous shot and gorgeous weather coming our way. we'll talk to mike about that. >> that is quite a picture. legislative leaders will continue talking in santa monica to talk about a spending plan to close the state's $19 billion budget deficit. negotiations held in southern california because governor schwarzenegger who's recovering from a cold lives nearby. california has been without a budget now for 86 days. that's a new state record. >> we're learning how much alameda county prosecutors spent on the bart police shooting trial. the contra costa times reports the total bill for the d.a. totals $144,000. the trial for johannes mehserle was moved to los angeles. prosecutors spent $25,000 on airfare, $55,000 lodging and another $17,000 in other hotel costs. mehserle was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in the shooting death of unarmed passenger oscar grant.
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